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Peter Philips (c. 1560–1628) was an eminent English composer, organist, and Catholic priest exiled to Flanders after the start of the Protestant Reformation. Philips was born in 1560 or 1561, possibly in Devonshire or London. From 1572 to 1578 he began his career as a boy chorister at St Paul's Cathedral in London, under the aegis of the Catholic master of choristers, Sebastian Westcote, who had also trained the young William Byrd some twenty years earlier.

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